Q - What are the worship times?
A - Worship times are as follows:
8:30 AM - Sunday School
9:45 AM - Worship
Wednesday - Mid-week Study - 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Wednesday - Intercessory Prayer - 5:45 - 6:15 PM
Q - How do I contact the Pastor?
A - Leadership can be contacted by the following method:
- From the Home Page, select either "About Us" or "Guest Info", then select "Meet the Staff", double-cleck on Dea David Perry and his email and phone number will appear. Your message will be passed to our Interim Pastor, Rev Eddie Hill.
Q - If I lose something, where do I go to retrieve it?
A - If you lose something during service, please check with an usher to recover your item.
Q - Do I have to be a member to be active in a ministry?
A - If you want to attend any ministry event, in general, you do not have to be a member to participate. If you want to be in the leadership of the ministry where you help plan and execute different events, then yes, you should be active member or watch-care member to participate.
Q - If I am sick, who do I contact?
A - If you are sick during service, please let an usher know. They will contact the medical personnel who are on duty at each service.
A - If you are sick outside of service, please contact David Perry, Chairman of the Deacon Ministry at 334-558-5207. In general, the Deacon Ministry will attempt to visit members who are in the hospital or call to check on members.
Q - If I am only going to be in Houston for a few years (College, job relocation, etc.) should I join the church under Watch Care?
A - Yes, if you do not plan to make the Houston area your permanent home, then yes, we do recommend that you join under Watch Care; if you do plan to make the River Region area your home, then you should join as a regular member of the Lake Elam family.
Q - What age should a child be baptized?
A - The general guideline used by the church is that a child should be at age 7 or above once they profess their belief in Jesus Christ. Exceptions are made if a child is less than 7 and clearly articulates their belief and knowledge in Jesus Christ.